Coffee infused black tea - 2oz Bag

Flavored Black Tea

Need a coffee fix but don't want to deal with the harshness and caffeine crash? Mocha Latte is specifically blended to give you that mocha creamy chocolatey flavor with real coffee beans but with the silky smoothness of tea.

Regular price $6.99 $2.99

About This Tea

Ingredients

Flavored Black tea, roasted coffee bean, brittle pieces, freeze-dried yogurt granules and cocoa bits

Taste

Rich, creamy, coffee with a hint of delicious sweet chocolate.

Infusion

Light brown

Caffeine Level

Medium

Brewing Guide

Water

8oz

Temperature

212°

Leaves

1 tsp

Time

4-5 minutes

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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P.K.
A delicious tea!

I am 100% a tea drinker. I love a good tea. I've always loved the smell of coffee and I enjoy the mocha flavor, but do not care for coffee as a drink. This tea is a wonderful mixture. This tea combines a black tea, which is one of my favorite types of tea, with a pleasant amount of mocha flavor. It has a slight sweetness to it as well. I first purchased the sample package and after the first cup, I immediately ordered the larger package. This tea is delicious with approximately 1 1/2 tsp of sugar and some milk. It is now one of my "go-to" teas!

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e.
Almost, but not quite, entirely unlike...

I anticipated this tasting more like coffee, but it doesn't. I hoped this would taste like tea, but it doesn't. It's not either one, and it's disappointingly bland. I will try it again, at double-strength (or whatever uses up the sample), but I'm not optimistic. Sorry, but I won't order this one again.

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N.H.
Good tea, not a good coffee substitite

While this tea does taste great and smells amazing and certainly has some coffee hints, I wouldn't say it's a good coffee substitute like a teechino .

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H.
Amazing and subtle

My favorite so far! Very subtle chocolate taste with hints of the coffee smell!

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l.
nice idea, fun sample to try

I liked the premise of this tea - for those days when you cant pick tea or coffee! :) But, it did remind me a little of when you make tea in a machine that has just brewed coffee, or make the mistake of ordering hot tea in a restaurant...and you get delivered that ambiguous cup of coff/tea that has lingering flavors of each?! Worth trying a sample though, and I am going to keep messing with the brew times, strength, etc. because I do think potential for a great cup is there for sure....